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12 January 2015

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  • Eng. United Nations Human Rights Committee issued decision on behalf of one of our members.
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  • Eng. Omar García-Bolívar published a book on recognition and enforcement of international commercial arbitral awards in Latin America.
           Link  

18 July 2014

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  • Omar Garcia-Bolivar delivered a presentation in Guatemala on impact of lack of judicial independence.
           Video  
  • BG Consulting has been hired to assist the Government of Burundi on the legislation of artisans.
          
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  • Event on changes in system of investor-State dispute settlement.
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16 July

News

  • Maria Sosa has completed a “war game” style training session with Customs officers and private sector representatives in Lao, PDR on advance rulings on May 28-29, 2013.
           Pictures, Video  

22 March

News

  • BG Consulting is partner of Latinum networks providing assistance to do business in the U.S. hispanic market.
           Latinum Network
  • María Gabriela Sosa contributed to a technical paper produced by the Inter American Development Bank on transparency and ethics at the customs agencies.      
          
    Paper

 

Events

  • Omar García-Bolívar to make a presentation at the International Conference on Legislative Drafting and Law Reform.
           Website

 

17 May 2012

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15 March 2012

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23 February 2012

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22 February 2012

Publications

News

  • BG Consulting was included in the list of firms preselected by Costa Rica to provide assistance in International investment disputes

  • BG Consulting was awarded a contract to assist The People’s Democratic Republic of Lao in legal reforms for the customs authority.

07 December 2011

Events

02 December 2011

Publications

24 November 2011

News

  • Omar García-Bolívar made 2 presentations at the Organization of American States on changes in the Inter-American Human Rights Protection System

10 June 2011

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  • BG Consulting will draft the investment law of The Gambia for consideration of the government

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12 April 2011

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07 October 2010

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25 April 2010

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21 March 2010

News

  • A U.S. federal court relied on a testimony presented by Omar García-Bolivar on the judicial independence of Nicaragua to deny enforcement of a judgment in the United States. The UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, CASE NO.: 07-22693-CIV-HUCK of MIGUEL ANGEL SANCHEZ OSORIO, et al., vs. DOLE FOOD COMPANY, et al. in October 2009 said, inter alia: “Defense expert Omar Garcia-Bolivar credibly testified that the problems in Nicaragua’s judiciary exceed those of any other Latin American country. Garcia-Bolivar is a Latin America specialist who has advised both United States and international agencies on Latin American issues. …Garcia-Bolivar’s informed assessment was that the Nicaraguan judiciary does not consistently enforce contracts, political figures routinely determine the outcome of judicial decisions, and lower-court judges can be removed at will by Supreme Court justices, who manage judicial districts as their personal fiefdoms…”

    Omar García-Bolívar has analyzed the independence of the judicial systems of many developing countries. He has looked into issues of impartiality and corruption of judicial systems as part of his practice on development and law. PDF
     
  • BG Consulting has completed the assessment of the business licensing regime in Mozambique.
     
  • BG Consulting has initiated a project devoted to reduce the informal economy in Panama.
     
  • BG Consulting has conducted an analysis of the investment law and the customs law of The Gambia.
     
  • BG Consulting has initiated a project devoted to enhance the customs regulations of Paraguay.

 

07 February 2010

Publications

23 January 2010

Event

  • A U.S. federal court relied on a testimony presented by Omar García-Bolivar on the judicial independence of Nicaragua to deny enforcement of a judgment in the United States. The UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, CASE NO.: 07-22693-CIV-HUCK of MIGUEL ANGEL SANCHEZ OSORIO, et al., vs. DOLE FOOD COMPANY, et al. in October 2009 said, inter alia: “Defense expert Omar Garcia-Bolivar credibly testified that the problems in Nicaragua’s judiciary exceed those of any other Latin American country. Garcia-Bolivar is a Latin America specialist who has advised both United States and international agencies on Latin American issues. …Garcia-Bolivar’s informed assessment was that the Nicaraguan judiciary does not consistently enforce contracts, political figures routinely determine the outcome of judicial decisions, and lower-court judges can be removed at will by Supreme Court justices, who manage judicial districts as their personal fiefdoms…”

    Omar García-Bolívar has analyzed the independence of the judicial systems of many developing countries. He has looked into issues of impartiality and corruption of judicial systems as part of his practice on development and law. PDF
     
  • Omar García-Bolivar to talk at the Sydney, Australia Law School Conference on International Investment Treaty Law and Arbitration: Evolution and Revolution in Substance and Procedure on 19-20 February 2010 PDF

News

  • A U.S. federal court relied on a testimony presented by Omar García-Bolivar on the judicial independence of Nicaragua to deny enforcement of a judgment in the United States. The UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, CASE NO.: 07-22693-CIV-HUCK of MIGUEL ANGEL SANCHEZ OSORIO, et al., vs. DOLE FOOD COMPANY, et al. in October 2009 said, inter alia: “Defense expert Omar Garcia-Bolivar credibly testified that the problems in Nicaragua’s judiciary exceed those of any other Latin American country. Garcia-Bolivar is a Latin America specialist who has advised both United States and international agencies on Latin American issues. …Garcia-Bolivar’s informed assessment was that the Nicaraguan judiciary does not consistently enforce contracts, political figures routinely determine the outcome of judicial decisions, and lower-court judges can be removed at will by Supreme Court justices, who manage judicial districts as their personal fiefdoms…”

    Omar García-Bolívar has analyzed the independence of the judicial systems of many developing countries. He has looked into issues of impartiality and corruption of judicial systems as part of his practice on development and law. PDF

26 April 2009

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